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Batman: Gotham City Chronicles - Mission 3

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Batman: Gotham City Chronicles - Mission 3 "A Series of Mutations" has another villain I've never heard of, Mr. Bloom, turning thugs into plant people.  

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For Frank Miller's Batman, I went with a lighter shade of blue.  The pictures I found were ether black or a brighter than usual blue, so I stuck with the blues.  He also came with two bases.  I was hesitant about painting the "diorama" base just because it was so different than the rest of the bases but it came out a lot better than I was expecting.   When he hits the board I hope we use that base.  

Frank Miller's Batman Front Frank Miller's Batman Back

 

Nightwing and Bluebird were a good choice to do together, I basically used the same palate for both of them and there wasn't a lot of different colors.   

Nightwing Front Nightwing Back

 

I don't know who Bluebird is, but her outfit is pretty sweet. 

Bluebird Front Bluebird Front

 

Mr Bloom wore a bit darker cloths in the comics, so I used dark green to give him a little color and stay with the plant theme.  I played around with his base and I'm not sure I like it, but I definitely don't hate it, so I kept it.  Maybe it will grow on me...

Mr Bloom Front Mr Bloom Back

 

 

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Nice job, I have always been a Batman fan.

Mr. Bloom seems to be an over the top character, pretty deadly!

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